A new, aggressive strain of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was recently detected in Cuba by scientists and public health officials throughout the Caribbean are expressing their concerns. The University of Leuven (Belgium), research indicates that this new strain called CRF19CPX, causes  HIV patients to mutate to the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) faster –... Read more
The Humber Students’ Federation begins elections today. Over 24 candidates are vying for various HSF positions including President, Vice President of Student Affairs, and Vice President of Student Life. Skedline reporter Kezia Hinds caught up with voters and HSF representatives. Read more
HSF votes cast March 10 to March 14

The Humber Students’ Federation (HSF) election season is in full swing with campaign posters already plastered around campus showcasing the candidates and their platforms.

Last year HSF saw its highest number in students voter turnout. HSF Project Coordinator Vanessa Silaphet says 6,6609 students voted, which represents 23.8 per cent of the student population. That is higher than the 5,578 who voted in the 2012 elections.

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New Humber “Guardian” app makes safety easy

The Department of Public Safety has launched an app that puts safety in the hands of Humber students, faculty and staff.

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Domestic violence campaign personal to Humber student

A campaign by Humber College First Year Experience (FYE), to raise awareness and give support to women who are victims of domestic violence is personal for a FYE senior mentor.

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Humber Students’ HSF awareness
The Humber Students’ Federation (HSF) holds its annual elections in less than a month. Skedline reporter Ore Akinkugne asks  Lakeshore Campus students about their knowledge of the student government.  Camera work by Skedline reporter Kezia Hinds.   Read more
Students who petitioned last fall see improvements this term

Game programming students at Humber who petitioned the school with concerns about their faculty last fall now say that they’re seeing improvements in their classes.

The students had prepared and signed a petition mid-November of 2013, which listed concerns about instructor absenteeism and unreturned assignments. In the petition, the students had named more than half of their professors.

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Humber gears up for election season

The Humber Students’ Federation (HSF), the student government, has begun its elections nomination period and already prospective candidates are anxious about the elections process.

HSF President Timothy Brilhante said he finds it very admirable that students are showing interest in being part of student governance.

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Humber College hosts student leadership conference

Over sixty students attended the ‘Make your Mark’ leadership conference hosted by the office of Student Success and Engagement on Sunday Jan. 26.

The conference held at the North campus for students who are in or hope to be part of leadership roles on campus.

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Guyanese student wins Humber award

Guyanese student Shivanie Mangal, 24, is the recipient of this year’s international student campus life award at Humber College.

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